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Alarm Woes

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by chrissy1502002, Dec 15, 2010.

  1. chrissy1502002

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    Right i went to my car this morning and my alarm has decided to go off. Ive managed to unlock the car using the blade and it will start, however the siren is still going off in my garage. Anyways if anyone knows of anything i can do to stop the siren sounding so that i can drive it into Audi and get it looked at?

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  3. Jonay

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    pull the fuse to silence the siren so that only the lights flash?

    I don't know which one to pull.. but maybe it's in the handbook.
     
  4. chrissy1502002

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    Sods law that when i bought the car it came with everything exept a spare key and hand book haha.

    Think the neighbours are getting anoyed now, even though its locked in my garage they all keep coming round and telling me my alarm is going off lol
     
  5. Jonay

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    I'll go jump out now into mine and see if its there!

    watch this space!
     
  6. Jonay

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    Yup it's there!!

    No.35 (Anti-Theft Alarm System)

    It's in the engine bay fusebox - see if you can see it in this diagram ( it's the 2nd black one in the row with 4 black ones next to each other)

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  7. chrissy1502002

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    Is that fuse box in the end of the dash?
     
  8. mike foster

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    That is the fuse box at the drivers side end of the dashboard accessible after opening drivers door.

    It is not in the engine compartment !
     
  9. chrissy1502002

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    Thanks everyone, finaly got the beeping to shut up :)
     
  10. Jonay

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    My bad.. the way the manual is laid out I thought it was the engine bay box.

    I've never been in either so wouldn't know!
     

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